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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 December 1891

-I Powder absolutely pure Obituary. Highest of all ^ Livening rower—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Remarkable Facts. Heart disease is usually sup p< ted to be incurable, but when properly treated a large proportion of cases cao be cur- ed, Thus Mrs. Kliniru ilatcb, jof Elkhart, Iiid.,aud Mrs. Mary L. Baker, of Ovid, Mich . were cured after sutt'eilng 20 yearB. S. C. Llnbnrger, druggist at San in , aaya that Dr. Miles' New Heart Oure, which cared tho former,"worked won- ders for hit) wife." Levi Lo Whereas, It has pleased God Kan<Buchanan, Mich., who in his wisdom to take from onr hft,i h*an disease for :t<) years, i mi/ia* «... k i ^ v .v it 8avB tW0 bottles mud* him _ . „ flBt| xexn* Central Hallway ™ brother, M. "feei like a new man." Dr. i*< ' | ime Table* j W. Strickland, who was a faith Miles'New lieart Cure is sold — fill member of this allliance and guaranteed by Smith Bro>-. I . , vortb. No. 13 Arrives i m. (Spring Hill) No. 800 ®ola ag«nts. Book of wonder- f**?l i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 December 1891

■as & 4 ; ! ; ' Ik* I SI | I •}M { nit'I . V, i I i imk L i h. PRESiDKNT S MESSAGE. Comprehensive Synopsis of the Annual Document TO BOTH BRANCHES OF CCTCilKS, *!« ' tt . Ilt.i iileiit M i in i iui j* i«l % fur !•> \ «-4i \ir.ih - at Alumni lli ittij£ v i lilli- < tii Oiimnii llliil Ili-pai l mi ni lirjKM wamiim.'iun. Di*c. it. Tin-|n sturts out 1> inviting attention to Ul'.l' I'olt'lglt Itl'lllt luim. Till' vvoi)c (if lilt* tdnli* (leji.ll IiiK'iit div ine lli«' ! •">> vciirhii' i-1i;ii .n i. j - ixiil by an uiiiumil iiiuhIkt of Ii«i|h>it- uut negotiation!.. mill !•> «1'I'1 tuniu re- sults of a iiotulJe character. Anion , ihni' nif the ivciptvcnl trade n;;ici- luenta, which have been concluded in the exercise of ilii' j lowers eutilcrretl by scc- lion U of tin* tariff law. with the repiib* 11c of liingil, with Spain for it* Wist Juilimi po-tc- iuiis anil with Hiiu Do- liiiuyo. iiriUMi m.a cumiua i:k, y. In my !ust uuuuul uicssaxc 1 staled that tin' basis of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 January 1892

iji B- WXLBON Fljaeor Abstractor, aim*. I'. Cole, Surveyor ■nd NuUryj public* I" Court IIquhc "Vat THE Lebanon I turn*. yXV^lL ;OL. mmm M'KINNEY, TEX JAN UAttY 7, 1892. 1ST er l*T 1892. BARKLEY & HARRIS, ICTATORS OF LOW PRICES. vV e tiiank our friends and patrons (or their liberal patronage the past pear, and trust that our fair deal- Qgb, lull values and courteous treatment will not only meet tht joafcaence ot the people, but will ct rnmand tor us a goodly share ol THEIR TRADE FOR 1892. ^erLitmber Jwejsell goods trictly for Cash And have no FtMrbiiiOu Dm lo justily the loss made by bad ac- counts, but we will continue to sell our goods lower than competitors, ana guarantee an actual saving on every dollar spent with us. We desire to reduce our stock before taking invoice and in order to meet that end we have gone through each department and made sweep- ing reductions on «U lir >&& xd hope oui mends and people of OcfMa co. win come and ,r ut our bargains. 1 his is no ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 January 1892

AU the Jta t f XHE DEMO^Rat- ItuiTKU /JiUl'LBLlSHKn ft f.C- TUmptr, T < < ur ItvlinqneDt Hubsorlbers. bLBoCkiniu:- lUtn: jaeTear Bigbt Mouths Six Month*. N ree ** I.Ob 10 •*«> Our A«lv«rllwl 6C It"*1"*- 4151) («> uu column! year * Uslf column 1 • i-iucli ntnalu Ia)W 1 nul«*s. ' cW,u "'r , each Insertion. Obllunriu* ot u.oi« than 10 llnrt v. >11 bo cUarj{« l for at oui usual ratci. All uontr toll w 111 be charged for In proportion to 1 be above. AUdreif. DaMociiit l*i H. Co , McKlnnt-v, Teacn. I We uie Deeding the nuall a oouiita you are owing us aud 1 v ' hope you will not forget to m tit*' with us at once. t Tli' re are a few who have t .ken The democrat for yearn id never l ave called to nettle, a ■ I so u few who aftt-r taking cm paper t'ur years Lave refused t 1 lis he ihe paper oui of the olli. e without nettling up the huil tihle tesoiirces of th* iug table. which hi the tv "oi 0CTTIM0 nr 1 reontinued to present theiuvit **'- ' III I I INI. ** ijiig appeurauce o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 January 1892

!J Tcaetiern' Association. ROYAL A Fat^i Mistake, hebuiiun Item*. McKinnky,Dec. 10, IttOl, Physicians ut ike uo uion The Collin County Teachers' fu'al mistake iliuu when they D hani>u, I)tt IS THU Best Baking Powder The Official Government Reports: The United States Government, after elaborate tests, reports the Royal Baking Powder to be of greater leav- cjiiiig strength than any other. (Bulletin 13, Ag. Dep/. 599J The Canadian Official Tests, recently made, show the Royal Baking Powder highest of all in leavening strength. (Bulletin 10, p. 16, Inland Rev. Dep.) In practical use, therefore, the Royal Baking Powdi.r goes further, makes purer and more perfect food than any other. Government Chemists Certify: "The Royal Baking Powder is composed 01 pure and wholc- uinc ingredients. It docs not contain either alum or phosphates or 1 thcr injurious s-ubstanccs. Edward G. Lovi, Fii.D. ' " l li. Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking jmjw der uHfered to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 January 1892

I i ?U ■a i§; • I 1 i m 1 A LUNATIC 3 DEAULY WORK STRONG SECRET FGWl HAPPENINGS IN TEXAS. Thought to Be Behind the Ctrza Movement. News Gathered Throughout the Lone Star State riOHT TAKI3 PLACE AND UCT TO PROPER DliCENPIOKS AM Th I'lIM Utln An iiii>4 nu> «i i r. r«i«r «itt< u.. < <tti- •IkCk*^, tad it i« Clmmeil I lir Prlr :- lui I* la Syiapalh) llli Ilia (■"• «r. I.Afjrno, Tel.. .Tan. 3.—1'idnnel t'eron of th# Menmii force* in S«i'V;i Lart'iln Imm> rrcrir+4 s telejrrain from down t If river an the Mexican Hide stating a li 'it kail ownired on this side nn«l two dim of the United States hint Ih-psi killiVt. The low to th* revolutionists i not «ivt 11. Ffoiu the fart* brought to litflit to date tb general opinion is that the uiovouk nt ia fathered t>v a (front acorrt povvei ami tiaru ia um«1 an u blind. Colonel < Vron repeated the denial of a revolt nt Mier ■ml th# killing of General (iarcia. When Oarza e rowed th* river anil men- •red Mier and Uuerrern, had k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 January 1892

nil"' 4. H WILSON. if AbstrielOf, surTiyor tod Notwry JlU't Hull! fc." THE DEMOCRAT. OO TO R. M. Board k ui > our liOO 1)«, l.ii . iihe iJttkl gooda ami • ii *n price*. spend) our II III M'KINNKY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JAN l'A WY 14. |K< 2. NO. 49 WAS A SURPRISE PARTY. THE GARZA (-.EVOLUTION Kate CLA*u.r II Me ,oOL 1-iLAD. Tlimln Ail (■I j, i j i GiiOLo Ths Express Messengers on Big Strike, Both Sides Suffering for Limpid Liquid. the BHRKLEY 5 HARRIS. BHTOiOF IB w 1 WHICH PROMISES MUUH TBOUBLR QABZilTES AT II()yE M THE BRUSH, We thank our friends and patrons )A iiieir liberal patronage the past aud trust that our fair deal- Lfeb, iuii vaiues and courteous [trutme.nt will not only meet the ivate of the people, but will net lor us a goodly ik&re of I [ TRADE FOR 1892. y. erne mber jwe sell goods •trictly for Cash And have no Tin1 lllllfluli Were Tat.fli I «tlll|llrlrl> I'll- mm, l liry Ulllr lirramrtl Ttii-ir l.tii|il ,\t' llitil u Mttrtl <>l'K.%lil*itliun — N. O. ami ot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 January 1892

.1 ■H jTlfc •i 11"! Hi f ■! it <t I «V & «im jj' M.'-SJI * 1 ! I m i AW '.'J'' W>Efi f I 1 ji- THE DEMOCRAT. EDITED AND I'L'DLISUKD By F.C> Thompson. Anpoal tor tho v\ orkintf uo u. tiUSJCHirTtoN IIATBH: One Year Kl|bt Moutlis Mix Mouth*. Three " l.«M> 16 40 Our A«1 v« r*l t«ur Ooe column 1 your f' Half column I y«-ur sb' " t-lncli *ln*lf column 1- " I.orkl nctlc*s. T ifiit* |w line f< •Mb InuTtlon. Obituaries of m<>r than 10 llne will bo clmreoil for nt out asual rat« . ^11 contr irtf will be charged for •' proportion to the abo\e. ▲Mr***. Dkmociut Pub. CO., McKlnnev, Te*ec. THURSDAY. JAN. 14.181)2. .j . When candidates how l, p« tricNJ may tremble. Make h*«te l« wly whei forming an opinion. Honesty aught to be llie b • politics. ______ The spoilt) make aMstanncl' partisan. Mills wiote a letter whim XtM not burned. The man at tbe luiks of i creek is resting ou hia poliiica- hoe. _____ Five-cent cotton might b considered a disturbing ele- ment. _ Some men ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 January 1892

T - r;*"1 " Time Table. Time Tifck v..nh No. '3 Arrlvo 6: 5 a. m. OalBK N°.V' ,7 3 •• 0:33«. m- Houtil 9 a 4 14 .• it 8:W p. m. •:02 a m 4:4ft p. in 0:11 p. m ciiuiccii tjiefotoey, ci'mwhiaho I'nwiTrmux. -«Icm «ver« 8«bh th at 11 o'clock <17-yti i) m. B'V, J. H. Wwwft ' * HHt'biili obool overy Kabbah S"#''w . « tut. <<uj rtab ■nperini ntoiuU I'aWVTRSMX. ^fVl,e, nvory Sabbath at 11 o'clook ami 7:3ti p. m. Wabbatb ichool ' J. sl.bl.Hth at :80 •• O. fiStS* J ■Htbig •*« ' Wodnasdaj night at 1:80. mkthodwt. vlci'H evorj Haboaib at 11 o'clock m nmi 7:16 |> ni.. Rev. J. A- fctaf- ?* j iiHHti-r. hubbub actiool *v«ry *{ \\ fUi ei>tl y I'licbi al 7: 0. CIlHWTUHi i «! H UI. P Harris, Buparlntend- "I'myi-r m rtlng every Wednesday JundH* inoiUlnn at 0:W o'clock. T. 0. fWO ,' uperli>teiidant. IE,.,-- ^-cBaaHMMaappipMpMi' 11 ■\miouncements. j^rai Klection Nov. t, 1S91. Sfii jeci to ibe Democrat to Party. /or fount) < oort clerk} John A. Waltlio. Royal Baking Powder Leads All. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 January 1892

! R f£' H 1 li: it I: [ ; i I m ■■ i ►I04PITAL BLHN r • 41 TRlCO t«rtikl> Cl r|> A|a>wl 1" * ear-Old < hllil In N*« Turk-. ■ Kf.W YoftK, J*n 0. P.'<rr .luetic# O'Donnel of Jersey Cit;' listened to an astounding story ot y out luul ili-prii\ it y wlieB 1ft old MainW \yres wa- u- I tmgn*d hftorn him. She was clinrged with ha* mp attempted to bum <1 w* pr Francis' Tln*piNl nt it time v'h it <*• petiesite cnnriW 'I"' wsrda. 'Tli* kvMimw showed t'n.t si* w- •' < ii^ I'w child tii." n * t I>y li-r mint. Mr-. Maggie Mcltiery ol i w siii-ot, Bavinm*. t<> tiir fur tof.miii-ui. Alter her recovery the sisters nt h«* 1ms. jrital j«ut her ut iiulit work iu tbuild- iiiK. Though her tusks wh' *n .v even fur a child <>f her tmi<U*r years. Nbc > Uatt-I at thi- n-simim i limited itip fn-mixlll. Wllile hill* wan ill thin Hllle III discontent eh* *tiys ••It"* formed tin* ne- iinaiutance <>f another littlo (Oil iii tlx) hospital w ho shared her longing*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 January 1892

T. B- WILSON, ptonaer lb stridor, I gi ||; Cole, Surveyor and Notar, f1 rshMa. fOUIet! in Court Home ~m, MOCRAT. 'VOL- 8. 1891. INTIRM*TrHIM«TM«NM MCONO Ck«M MAIL MATTIR. - . &- GO to R. M. For youf i)u Y a l!i- handles th* best f r the lowest prices. with It ui. Villi rfSHssi JE1 4&S * fc£T 1892 M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JAN L A ItY 21, IKiCJ. II TWO EXPLOSIONS. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. NO. 50 Young Indiana Lady's Misfortune. Sad Mr. Holman Gets There on His Resolution BARKLEY & HARRIS. TATDRSOFLOWPBIEBS. We thank our friends and patrons jjr their liberal patronage the past trmh Mj. year, and trust that our £eux* deal- \ """ ;b, full values and courteous jatment will not only meet the jntidence of- the people, but will Command for us a goodly share of I Km* at lulcrcl frala 411 furl* of lite (nu ill ry, Kearney, Neb., unveiled a bust of (ii-n. , WiU Kear:ii*v. DUIE OT (JLABEH0F8 FUNERAL EEQAED TO 8UB.alDH8, ETO "<W n'nt, tlu- famous cutolm*. t«li#«l infMriurn. THE NEWS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 January 1892

, 1 ['■ (XL I 1 I * J I 1 f ? ' , K1S& • r Iit| f III t -i I H{ I i i 'fl iSf' ' ^ 1 I I IlHSfoii* ii • THE DEMOCRAT. jj)IXiP AN I' PUBLISH Kl> By F.C- Thompson. — bcuechlj'uok IUIE : Ob* T ear. •Ifflit Mouth*, •Is Mouth*, three *• • •• * I.AO l.ou 75 4u (Jii.ii has l.tJ.GUO square "huiv* « f umnotratio intfieate V\ itri—Hn, we know of iiurule D'h of territory and Texas! t Washington that if if in wr'" «n « r en^rmen H*1 err sting jfii.iJ.io, or almost double iheiadoptad tber* are not liknly to to th* rnnlrmtn of th* <imiho- i wliilr« iti • Uuii«d Siiiif* be hii> electoral votes id Indian* cratic executive ioidh I|ihh su- ms 3,UU,fc 14 sqrntre miles, oi f< r the democratic national iboriiy to dini*i* who wuull, or murly twenty eight tiuiea |tn! lick«*t tUit year. This stat« who shall not, take part iu th* «uh, ami still th ')r talk of "&ii be carried by the cieuio- primaries and conventions of "li. ki K us." Unitarians Mormons Church of Christ Salvationists Kiutc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 January 1892

DECISIVE Baking Powder Tests The United States Official i to such an extent that he ha* Investigation of Baking Powders, made, by authority of Congress, in the Department of Agriculture, Washing- become careless with the''filthy ton, !)• C., furnishes the highest authoritative inlorma- luore." tion as to which powder is the best. The Official Report There will be a public alii auoe meeting at Willow Springs school house at 1 o'clock, p. ui, Jan 30th for the purpose of discussing alliance Drincioleh; everybody invited especially the ladies. Henry CaiiTwV foi^d 1020' Next we-k w# wU) ^ a in Wylie last week. The edi ' ynop#l# of thw gpMobca ,u . tor of the Uustler probably has rair-impartial «av. been gatheiing in subscription 1 Note* from the 8|mtklU(i Tracy and Brown gave Taui- many sonn hard lioks, "ain't that chunkin' 'hoi around." The debate between Harry Tracy and Brown was immense. Shows the ROYAL to be a cream of tartar baking pow- der, superior to all others in leavening power...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 January 1892

I § j 'I ■ I P# ' A CONcrnVATlV i. ~ ~ hom ii HimIV *\ n *:i i la th* Walla Wallu iKmh.i '•'. For «*lt praaurvaiiou wi Usaiise it I* a duty t ■> our* l\.s, onr f; tuilic* an I liilctl lu uuotii our countr). wu u u. t ij-'*c tUi (ortnunxiit. nml that b< rd there must u iteartyri>-oj in r. VAanlluit) uad * 1 • u danger 'v our orjpiuiwtion. tl'*' > \i r..>t , , - ■train uiswi <mi' co-o|*tnitlon will i r ,i jiartisan politics. Our i-ou>ttKt.."H ... . claw# this to Ik1 *. « *:«1 1 it* "• k whore every meiuis'i'. '•*" he Hipi.hli. ..u ltmkmt or Ktr,;i.l "t I—' !'i U;l \ t'ATt tlM WHW ■!.•• •!... I t if'liul wr jsiliiic-. is I r.w*.I i 'J1 than any piirty: it i" t« in1.1«-«I tip.iii |m , triotisin and ie||owship. in1' u , i «-©prraM'>ii <>l Ismicr* hvkih;' I i- , J.ol'eSt (fiiVilHincUt wlm-h w ■ I" in will le'iui? i pros| 'iity lu Hi" . farmers and thu whole counti y We U'siro u> help wilh our unit■ i atrtuin'i11 such laws i\h will ftivu lo in li individual...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 January 1892

lift''11 vr . it Not*'.* , „urt '** TH E M'KINNEY, TEXAS, Till! l mllKO AT THE fQ%rO¥f0l Y. JAN LfAllY 29, 1892. pi«r,| k arkley s HARRIS *0 KG EE fit L&HKESS. The President nu.tum :c!s His Ulli- Chile. Hi.' . 1 ft r Bostt SANTIAGO IB QREAflJV ma A wilt." III !• ! At Til* « • loll t«i . -It 1 f l I* 1* ■mere ca tak our friends and patrons liieir ioera. patronage the past k . and traso tliat our fair deal- k' iuJl values and courteous nc w.ii not only meet the ,cj ot uhe people, but will u .or as a goodly > share o: IH jawfl e ME TRADE FOR 1891 eu ember we sell goods Itrictly for Cash And have no s. (justify the loss made by bad ae- juiics, bub we will continue to sell goods lower than competitors, id guarantee an actual saving on rery dollar spent with us. We fegne to reduce our stock before ting invoice and iD order to meet kat end we have gone through jhdepartment and made sweep- reductions on all lines and hope friends and people of Collin co. come and inspect our bargains...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 January 1892

kb: : <■ wet mil 11 M si m i if' >' * i (I ! v, > rtk sdgP THE DEMOCRAT. 9 .1 «... i I • ,.! n The Hub-treasury. SD1TED AND PUBLISHED By F. C- Thompson. ticMCuniuM KATIH: Oae Tear ■Ifflit Mouth* 1 . H Its Month*. T* >• 40 f w flT 1 ■B Adverttwlug Itnti'N. JIM.(10 .. NU.UO •olumn 1 year column 1 jmr column Uc l nctloei, 7 c«nu |mr line foi Innertlon. OUltunrle* of more 10 lines will be charged for hi our asaal ratek. Ail ooatrict* will be charged for in proportion to tbe above. *, AdUreii. Dkmockai Pub. Co., McKiunev, Te*M. Oil Wednesday, the 20th in- *tuut, a joint debate was held iu the opera house, tbe champ- ions of which were Hon. Harry Tracy, of Dallas, and Hon. T.J. Brown, of Sherman. Harry fracy had been announced to speak,for several days,together with an invitation to any gen- tleman of the opposition to dis- cuHs the subtreusury plan at 1*;ou said meeting. Mr. Brown was selected to discuss with Mr. Tracy, but ihe friends of the latter were not informed of the f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 February 1892

"r. B. WILSON. Ptoueer Abstractor, frittiH-H- Cole« H"rv®y®r ttna No*"y public. -^af-ortloe In C ourt House. THE DEMOCRAT CNTBNIW AV THE Nl VOL. 8. bccond class mail matter. $1 WiIl.P«y THE DEMOCRAT Fro Ti now to Jan. 1, 1893. M'KINNEY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1892. NO. 52 20 40 It Will Pay You to Read This. BARIELEY & HARRIS Will offer this week special prices on the following POPULAR GOODS: 40 pieces double width Cotton Worsted worth 16 2-3, to close at 10c. pieces Brown Cotton Flannel worth 12 1-2, to close at 8 l-3c. pieces Wool Flannel, 33 l-3c. less than value. 0 dozen ladies'Wool Hose worth 40, to close at 25c. Men3' Merino Undershirts worth 75, to close at 50c. Bed Comforts worth $1, to close at 60c CLOTHING. We aro selling all Goods in this department at a discount of 25 per cent. Boots and Shoes. M*jh ' Kip Boo'* worth $'2 60, to close at H.7B. Mmiih' Kip Boots worth fcl.00, to close at $2.25. M«hh' K'p Booih worth $8.50, to close at $2.50. Ladies' Kip Sho*s worth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 February 1892

THE democrat. Tu rnl itu t« a Ke former. ludfllultely Pontpoued. ;j 4k Wit iifiP m jfeftjj M # kd11kd akdj'l.bmsmk" By F, C> Thompson, HOMCRIMION KAIKB: One Year Bljflit Months.- Mix Mouths.. •< three " 'in 4<> McKinney does not "boom" The national convention of like a great many southern j the Hall-McAllister ami bub ciiiee, but her progress is Blow treaBuryites, which was called ami sure. She makes no hasty to meet iu St. Louis, has been atepa lo be repeuted of aud re- indefinitely postponed. Thin mi .50 traced, but whatever progress will be a serious disappoiut- j. o rihe does make she holds uutil; meut to ihe )>artioratic papers she in able logo again. If she which would have magnified it, hud a good system of water- had they had the opportuui'y. works (which she may have into a great conyeutiou ai.u soon) ami electric railways, she the evidence of a "serious split vvi uld be iu line with our mod- iu the ulliance." liuve these eru cities, and would then lack mncer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 February 1892

WHY Royal Baking Powder is Best. « The Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure, for I have so found it in many tests made both for that company and the United States Government. «I Will go still further and state that because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, "the Royal Baking Powder is undoubt- edly the Purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. "HENRY A. MOTT, PH. D." LiU UniUd ruttt Govtrnmtnl ChtmitL t« tl Lhi< line Jecn Idea 11 001 IhHtou urnl I'M** Ontrul Hallway " Time Table. Ling North, So. 18 Arrive. tsoutb •J a 4 hiiou'h Mill Excitement. Much excitement was caused here lust .Sunday by a report that one Sharp Wilson, "col- ored, had attempted an outrage upon the person of Mies Muncy, whose parents live north of Rhea's Mill. The negro made 1 g°6d his escape, it id thought fillip! * " " r>.;r> ii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 February 1892

• III li 1 V p lllf' ; I | : <#i; J * ■ ! vii life: IflM sa V RUTABAGA Kgpre a< * liluiitolf Plainly anO.' Fully on Mills- Free Sllvrr Without lll'.rt, Vary Freehilv«*r With Him lor l our l,oi a Weary. BurdfuiMtum Yearn to Uoiuo—Ttae Gu- ttle for tlie Pou| lo Everv Tlnw. AL STATISTICS. -JL . - I" 11 ... I - -J _ 1 ... ... . A .LjARMINGt MORT- "Uiploynents mnk« recup^rm- T1IW ALLIANCE AT DUIIMnJ tlon slower. For this claes of sufferers H«runa is a st>ecilic; Ocula ItemttiMl* Wrongly Kx- preaitffil—Tlie Nest United htutua Honulut MuMt Imloritc Theui-Au*. trallun tiullot. The 11 ih cuugressiunal din- aud I do not hesitate to guar autfce that if anyoue will iak«) Peruna acuor Jug io the follow- itig dirfoiiouit that iu a few weeks Ibey will be entirely re- 3 ofippe and Its Consequences More stored to their accustomed Destructive than War and Fa- A Destroying Epidem- ic Abroad in Our Land. HON. John .Johnson's vikwh mine Ccmbinod. Correspond*"** of the GufcHtP. McKtNNKV, 'l'kx.,...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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